Time To Spruce Up Your Wylie Sprinkler System? Sprinkler Repair of Texas Can Help
When you are trying to increase the curb appeal and value of your Wylie home, an automatic sprinkler system can make all the difference by keeping your lawn and landscaping looking healthy year-round. If you already have an existing sprinkler system place and you have noticed a few minor issues with it here and there, it might be time for a system overhaul. A few minor repairs, tweaks, and updates may be all that is needed to get your sprinkler system up to speed. Or, it may be time for a major system renovation to modernize the equipment and optimize its performance Whether your sprinkler system is in need of a little fine-tuning or a total makeover, the experts at Sprinkler Repair of Texas can help.
Four Signs That It’s Time To Call Sprinkler Repair of Texas
Not sure if your sprinkler system is in need of some professional attention? Here are four of the top warning signs to watch out for.
Dry And/Or Soggy Patches On Your Lawn
If you notice dry, brown patches of dead grass or very wet and soggy patches on your lawn, the chances are that one or more of your sprinkler heads needs to be adjusted, cleaned, or replaced. Your Sprinkler Repair of Texas technician can carry out a complete inspection of your sprinkler system and repair or replace any sprinkler heads that are not functioning properly, returning your grass to an all-over healthy look.
A Sudden Spike In Your Water Bill
Leaks in your sprinkler system pipes can cause your water bill to jump up dramatically and quickly. Even a relatively small leak can add up to a significant volume of wasted water in a relatively short amount of time. A professional sprinkler repair technician can inspect your system, detect leaks, and make the necessary repairs to return your water bill to normal.
Spluttering Sprinkler Heads
There are a number of different issues that can result in spluttering or coughing sprinkler heads:
- Uneven water pressure through the system
- Blockages in the sprinkler heads caused by grass and other debris
- Sprinkler heads that have shifted out of position
A call to Sprinkler Repair of Texas can take care of the problem quickly and get your sprinkler system back to optimal operating conditions.
If you continually notice an excessive volume of runoff on your driveway and footpaths it could be time to call Sprinkler Repair of Texas. There are a number of factors that can cause sprinkler water runoff including soil type, the slope of your property, the type of sprinkler head you are using, or a badly designed system. Our low-cost sprinkler system evaluation and inspection will pinpoint the cause of the problem and our irrigation specialists will make the necessary adjustments to take care of the problem.